Stonepaste dish, underglaze painted  Iznik, Tukey, about 1625-50

Islamic art at The British Museum

Jug with boatd Second half of 16th century Iznik, Turkey Fritware, painted underglaze slip decoration, transparent glaze

Jug with boats Second half of century Iznik, Turkey Fritware, painted underglaze slip decoration, transparent glaze

An Ottoman Polychrome Pottery Dish, Iznik, circa 2nd quarter of the 17th Century with low pierced foot-ring, the interior painted in blue, black, green, and red on a white ground with a three-masted galleon at sea in a strong wind, pennants flying above, three fish swimming below, six small florets on the exterior; traces of gilding. Diameter 11 5/8 in. 29.5 cm.

An Ottoman Polychrome Pottery Dish, Iznik, circa quarter of the Century:

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH  OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1600  With rounded edge on short foot, the white interior painted with five rows of sailing vessels with blue striped sails, various green and red motifs scattered in the sea, with thin border of black spirals, the exterior with alternating blue spiral and trefoil motif, rim fritted, glaze   11 7/8in. (30cm.) diam.

AN IZNIK POTTERY DISH OTTOMAN TURKEY, CIRCA 1600 With rounded edge on short foot, the white interior painted with five rows of sailing vessels with blue striped sails, various green and red motifs scattered in the sea, with thin border of black spirals, the exterior with alternating blue spiral and trefoil motif, rim fritted, glaze 11 7/8in. (30cm.) diam.

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